Bill to end bulk collection of Americans' phone records fails largely due to Republican opposition, dealing a blow to Obama's reform attempts
Luz Cazares is being named a hero today after she helped her neighbors escape when a small plane slammed into their house in Chicago. Gayle King reports.
More than two weeks after Brittany Maynard ended her life with a deadly dose of doctor-prescribed medicine, her mother says criticism from the Roman Catholic church cause "unspeakable pain." Jan Crawford reports from Washington.
Pro football superstar Adrian Peterson is appealing his season-ending suspension for abusing his young son. The players union criticized the suspension, saying the NFL is not consistent and are "making things up as they go along." Gayle King reports.
Unprecedented snow -- even for Buffalo, N.Y; more trouble for Bill Cosby; new weapon against granny scams
The snowstorm is now blamed for five deaths around the Buffalo, New York. A solid wall of clouds, just south of Buffalo, shows the power of the lake-effect storm. Jericka Duncan reports from West Seneca, just outside of Buffalo.
Uncertainty from the feds is having a ripple effect for "one of the few industries that want to be regulated"
Women's college basketball team made the best of it in a bus as foot after foot of snow got the best of the region
Snow totals could top 6 feet around Buffalo; storm blamed for at least 6 deaths in 3 Northeast states
In latest, it puts Leon Taylor to death for killing gas station attendant in front of the worker's young stepdaughter
Health officials say the woman, who likely suffered a heart attack, arrived from Ebola-stricken Guinea within the last 3 weeks
The action comes out of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU over same-sex couples being denied marriage licenses in two counties
The commission is expected to deliver a report by Sept. 2015 on the social and economic conditions that underscored the town's unrest
A man with at least 30 prior arrests was expected to be charged with pushing a subway rider onto the tracks, where he was killed by an oncoming train
11/18: Government urges broader recall of defective air bags; Band Aid charity regroups to fight Ebola
U.S. safety regulators are calling for a broader recall of vehicles whose front, driver's side airbags were made by Japan's Takata corporation; the Band Aid charity is once again gathering together a collection of rock stars to record a single to combat another crisis in Africa.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration threatens to use legal authority to expand recall of potentially dangerous Takata air bags
Blase Cupich taking the position from retiring Cardinal Francis George; marks the first time in Chicago that a living bishop passes the staff to a successor
Just weeks after playing -- and scoring -- in her first college game, Lauren Hill continues to fight back against an inoperable brain tumor
Scientists are hoping sharks will help better predict the strength of tropical storms and hurricanes by as much as 20 percent. Researchers say sharks could become an important tool since they can swim long distances and into hard-to-reach depths at cheaper costs than conventional weather devices.
Brittany Maynard's mother responds to Vatican's top bioethics official who condemned Maynard's choice to end her life